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Aug 9, 2013 3:00pm PDT
that came about benghazi. on the one hand, there is the president trying to address the nsa anxieties, which have mostly been a set of stresses from the left about -- not exclusively, but about the idea that the nsa is, you know, using this intelligence gathering information in a way that is problematic for american citizens. and then he has from fox news a question about are you going to go get the terrorists. and you see exactly what the president is trying to do. >> right. >> is manage not just sort of the normal things that a president has to manage about two sides, but the idea on one side that he is soft on terrorism, but he is letting people get away. and on the other side, he is somehow in all of our e-mail inboxes. >> all about conversation. but he has also had to deal with debunking the talking points on health care that are few glitches makes the whole thing bad. listen to this. >> there is no doubt that in implementing the affordable care act. the program with this significance, there are going to be some glitches. no doubt about it that was true of social security. that was true
Aug 14, 2013 3:00pm PDT
the difference between security and safety when talking about the nsa. but when you talk about the real lived experiences of young black and brown men in our major urban american cities, you somehow lose that sort of concept. it doesn't exist. we're talking about civil liberties for american citizens. the data matters. the fact that there's only 1.8% of the black and brown men that have been stopped and frisked who have turned up having or hiding any kind of weapon is telling data. you know, hundreds of thousands of these young men have been subject to their violation of civil liberties. that's why there needs to be oversight and we need to end it. >> karen, let me give you breaking news. the right keeps saying, well, the crime is in black and latino communities. that's why we go there. that's why they're the majority. but in the report that was considered on this case, in mostly white new york neighborhoods, blacks account for the majority of stop and frisk. >> right. >> in the 78th precinct, 70% of the residents are white. but 79% of the stops are black or latino. they're stopped at over 3/
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